Sleep Dentistry

Get a restful sleep away from home.

Sleep Soundly Anywhere: 10 Tips for a Restful Night in Your Home Away from Home

Sleeping well in unfamiliar places is a universal challenge. Research shows that our brains stay vigilant when we slumber in new environments, whether it’s a hotel room, sleep center, a friend’s home, and even sometimes our home away from home. Quality sleep is vital for overall health, impacting our physical and mental well-being, productivity, and…
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Tips for managing sleep apnea.

8 Practical Tips for Weight Loss and Sleep Apnea Management

Take control of your sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a common condition affecting millions of adults worldwide, with a significant correlation between this sleep disorder and body weight. In fact, approximately 70% of individuals suffering from sleep apnea are also overweight or obese. The statistics might seem daunting, but it’s important to remember that you’re…
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How sleep apnea and depression are connected.

The Link Between Sleep Apnea and Depression: Top Ways Dental Professionals Can Help

Sleep Apnea Management in Dentistry It’s not uncommon to toss and turn some nights, but for those living with sleep apnea, a good night’s sleep can be seemingly elusive. Sleep apnea, particularly obstructive sleep apnea, is a condition that disrupts sleep patterns, leading to daytime fatigue, cognitive difficulties, and a host of other health-related issues.…
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Sleep appliances can help

Sleep Apnea and Your Dental Health: How Sleep Appliances Can Help

Sleep apnea is a potentially deadly condition that occurs when you start and stop breathing during sleep. Unfortunately, many people don’t realize that they have sleep apnea. And many people don’t know that their chances of developing sleep apnea increase with age. But understanding what sleep apnea is, knowing if you have it, and how…
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Signs of sleep apnea

2 Small Signs of Sleep Apnea That Aren’t Small At All

When many patients hear the term sleep apnea, they think of a disorder that occurs when you sleep, causing breathing to stop and start. And that’s true; sleep apnea does just that, but it can also cause death when a patient’s breathing is not frequent enough to create immediate tissue ischemia. This leads to tissue…
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How can seniors sleep better at night

7 Things Seniors Can Do for a Better Night’s Sleep

As we get older, our bodies change, and oh, don’t we know it. Our skin loses elasticity and begins to sag. We develop frown lines and wrinkles around our eyes. We lose the ability to be as physically active as we once were. And we don’t seem to be able to sleep. Yet, those in…
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